Variants of the design of this dish were made by the Meissen factory in the mid-1720s, the Chelsea factory in the early-1750s and by the Bow factory. For a rectangular dish made by Bow ca. 1755-56 see Simon Spero, The Bowes Collection of 18th-century English and French Porcelain, exh. cat. (San Francisco: Fine Arts Museums, 1995), pl. 52. See the same catalogue for the Kakiemon prototype matching the Weatherhead dish, pl. 54. For a Chelsea dish and another Kakiemon prototype matching the Weatherhead dish in the Idemitsu Museum of Arts, Tokyo, see Toji no tozai koryu/Inter-influence of Ceramic Art in East and West, ed. Idemitsu Museum of Art (Tokyo: Idemitsu Museum of Art, 1984), pls. 98-99. For another see Daiei hakubutsukan no Nihon jiki/Japanese Porcelain from the British Museum, exh. cat. (Arita: Arita Porcelain Park, 1994), pl. 32.